This year, one of our all-time favourite Dubai hotels, the charming boutique Desert Palm, unveils five new Polo Suites. The hotel itself is centered around Polo and its fans will be glad to hear of the newly designed rooms featuring floor to ceiling windows and outdoor terrace areas with sweeping views across Desert Palm's Championship Polo Fields. Located metres from Desert Palm's very own Championship Polo Fields, the new Polo Suites add another serene and chic room type to Desert Palm's offering. With a distinct and sophisticated sense of style, the Polo Suites are light and spacious, with bright vivid artwork, neutral tones and stylish dark furniture complimented by outstanding natural light.
The open plan living style of the Polo Suites is continued through to the bathrooms that are equipped with large freestanding bathtubs, luxurious rain showers and sumptuous REN products. Private paths guide guests to the entrance of each Polo Suite and the option of interconnecting rooms and ground floor access makes them perfect for families and groups of friends.
As musical connoisseurs, Per AQUUM has also included the fully loaded iPod's in all of Desert Palm's Polo Suites, catering to every musical taste possible, from Per AQUUM's very own 2011 Dream Calendar performer Poet Name Life official DJ of the Black Eyed Peas fame to old favourites such as Bruce Springsteen. Flat screen TVs, state of the art BOSE sound system and Nespresso machines adds extra enjoyment to any guests stay.
With the fabulous LIME Spa featuring Anne Semonin and Eve Lom beauty brands, award winning international grill restaurant Rare and shisha terrace for chilled out evenings, the new Polo Suites at Desert Palm are a perfect addition to Per AQUUM's already stylish offering.
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